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  Sports   Cricket  15 Jan 2018  Shaw show as Indian colts victorious

Shaw show as Indian colts victorious

PTI
Published : Jan 15, 2018, 1:32 am IST
Updated : Jan 15, 2018, 1:32 am IST

There was no respite for the Australians even after their departure with Shubhman Gill tormenting the bowlers with his 63-run knock.

Prithvi Shaw
 Prithvi Shaw

Mount Maunganui: In an authoritative show, Indian colts trounced Australia by a massive 100-run margin in their ICC Under 19 World Cup opener with bowlers complementing a splendid batting performance, here.

Skipper Prithvi Shaw led from the front with a 94-run knock and shared a 180-run stand with fellow opener Manjot Kalra (86) to power India to a challenging 328/7.

There was no respite for the Australians even after their departure with Shubhman Gill tormenting the bowlers with his 63-run knock.

India pacers Kamlesh Nagrakoti (3/29) and Shivam Mavi (3/45) then impressed with their speed and shared six wickets between them to shot out Australia for 228 in 42.5 overs.

Nagarkoti hit the deck consistently at a speed in the range of 150 kmph and was well supported by Mavi, who also clocked 145 at times. The two pacers tested Australians with their nagging off-stump line.

Australia opener Jack Edwards (73) top-scored for his side but struggled to find support from others.

India next play Papua New Guinea on Tuesday.

The splendid top-order batting vindicated Shaw’s decision to bat in their tournament-opener. It was not that Shaw and Klara plundered boundaries, instead they raised their knocks with some stupendous risk-free batting.

Shaw, though, missed out on a century by six runs as he was caught behind off Will Sutherland, son of Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland.

The Indian captain faced 100 balls and scored eight boundaries, including two sixes in his knock.

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